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An Easy Way To Collaborate With Your Campus Writing Center

It’s no secret that collaborating and supporting campus services strengthens the library’s relationships and increases its value and visibility. Thanks to a suggestion from OWU’s Writing Resource Center faculty, my library was able to provide space and marketing for a much-needed “after-hours” student service. 228 more words

First Year Experience

Piktochart Has Changed My Life

Let it be known, I am obsessed with infographics. In a previous post, I showcased one of my infographic-style learning objects that I made using Microsoft Publisher and Paint. 101 more words

First Year Experience

Validating Sources: The Google Syndrome, CRAAP Test, and Information Literacy

“Information Literacy forms the basis for lifelong learning.[1]”


Information Literacy was conceived in 1974 within a proposal submitted to the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science by Paul Zurkowski,[2] and has since developed into a mainstay of the modern education process. 1,773 more words

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Portland Bound!

A few months ago, a former library school classmate (who’s now a librarian) asked if I’d be part of a panel proposal based on an article he and two of his librarian colleagues published, called “ 122 more words

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